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Oven Makes large bang sound when on

I have an older gas oven and just recently a little after we turn on the oven to bake something in it--it makes this really large bang sound, almost like something heavy has fallen over (which is what I thought it was the first time it did that, but then we realized the other night that the noise came from our oven). It only does is ever so often, but so far it hads made the noise three times when we have it on bake. I am worried there is some sort of gas issue.

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Check the floor pan in the oven. It may not be installed correctly. There may be some other parts in a bind. Some part in the oven is warped and is changing shape when the oven heats up. This would take some physical looking into.

Posted on Apr 17, 2009

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Hello it is time to have a tech out to change the glow bar for bake. When these parts start to fail they dont get hot enough quick enough.

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